Lycopene, selenium, GTCs, and (maybe?) the prevention of prostate cancer — or maybe not

There have really been very few meaningful, randomized, double-blind trials of any forms of supplement in the prevention of prostate cancer … and to date none of the trials that have been done have shown unarguably meaningful, positive results. … READ MORE …

Effects of green tea in men with (apparently) low-risk prostate cancer

According to a media release issued last Thursday, a paper presented at a cancer conference in Anaheim, California, last week suggests that men with prostate cancer who drank green tea every day day prior to having a radical prostatectomy had a significant reduction in markers for prostate inflammation. … READ MORE …

Polyphenols, green tea, and prostate cancer

According to a report on BBC News on Saturday a “chemical found in green tea appears to slow the progression of prostate cancer.” … READ MORE …

Supplements and prostate cancer prevention: an update

An article by Collins on the CalorieLab web site offers a sound summary of “where we are” (or perhaps more accurately “where we aren’t”) with regard to the use of supplements in the prevention of prostate cancer. … READ MORE …